For cats, dental health is key to good long-term oral and overall health. In this post, our Flat Rock vets share some tips on how to care for your cat's teeth and maintain their dental health. We also discuss how to tell if your pet has dental health issues and review the benefits of professional pet dental cleaning exams and services.
Displaying posts in Cats
Have you noticed that your kitty's meow has been reduced to a scratchy rasp, squeak or complete silence? Laryngitis in cats can be caused by numerous factors. Today, our Flat Rock vets share more about cat laryngitis symptoms, causes and treatments.
The rabies vaccine is one of the most essential pet vaccinations your cat will need in their lifetime. In this post, our Flat Rock vets share the facts about rabies, how it's transmitted and why the vaccine so important.
Our Flat Rock vets share some insights about why it's a good idea to have your indoor cat vaccinated against a number of serious conditions and diseases.
Cat urinary tract infections are much more rare than urinary tract infections in dogs. However, cats (in particular senior cats) do frequently experience other urinary tract issues. Today, our Flat Rock vets share symptoms, causes and treatments for urinary tract infections and diseases in cats.
Anemia refers to the decrease in red blood cells or hemoglobin in your cat's body. This condition rarely appears on its own and is usually an indicator of another condition affecting your cat. Our Flat Rock veterinarians describe the types of anemia in cats and offer some insight on causes, symptoms and treatment options.